January 19, 2015 Supreme Court of Canada Re-Affirms an Employee’s Charter-Protected Right to Engage in Collective Bargaining In a decision that could have wide-ranging labour relations implications for employees and employers alike, the Supreme Court has allowed RCMP officers the …
December 17, 2014 Federally Regulated Employees Now Have the Right to Secret Ballot Representation Votes On December 16, 2014, the Employees’ Voting Rights Act (the “Act”), also known as Bill C-525, received Royal Assent, and will come into force on …
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to welcome Katie Van Nostrand to our Firm. Katie brings a wealth of business immigration law expertise to us, and will further strengthen our practice in this area. Katie will work with our clients across Canada, helping them navigate the intricacies of moving staff across international borders, and advising on related employment issues.
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Gradin D. Tyler has joined our partnership. Grady focuses on all manner of labour and employment law matters, and regularly appears before arbitrators and Labour Relations Boards, Human Rights Tribunals, and all levels of court in Western Canada. He also represents management at the bargaining table and assists employers with health and safety as well as workers’ compensation matters.
In 2014 Laura Russell received the OBA Ron Ellis Award in recognition for her outstanding contribution to workers’ compensation in Ontario. The full article and pictures an be found at OBA.org
Meet Our Team
Christopher F. Fiore
Chris became a Partner in 2011 after working with us as a Summer Student, Articling Student and Associate. He has
Ian B. St. John
Ian is a member of our Employment Law and Litigation Practice Group and advises employers in relation to non-unionized workplaces.